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96th Congress \ 
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COMMITTEE PRINT 



PUBLICATIONS LIST 



PREPARED BY THE STAFF OF THE 

SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON AGING 

UNITED STATES SENATE 

87TH-95TH CONGRESSES 

FEBRUARY 1961-DECEMBER 1978 





Printed for the use of the Special Committee on Aging 



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U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON : 1979 



SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON AGING 

LAWTON CHILES, Florida, Chairman 
FRANK CHURCH, Idaho PETE V. DOMENICI, New Mexico 

JOHN GLENN, Ohio CHARLES H. PERCY, Illinois 

JOHN ME LCHER, Montana JOHN HEINZ, Pennsylvania 

DAVID PRYOR, Arkansas NANCY LANDON KASSEBAUM, Kansas 

BILL BRADLEY, New Jersey WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine 

QUENTIN N. BURDICK, North Dakota 

E. Bentley Lipscomb, Staff Director 
David A. Rust, Minority Staff Director 

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PUBLICATIONS LIST 



COMMITTEE HEARINGS AND REPORTS 

No asterisk indicates single copy available from committee 
supply. Address requests to: Publications, Special Committee on 
Aging, Room G-233, Dirksen Building, Washington, D.C. 20510. 
Multiple copies may be purchased from Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. 

One asterisk indicates committee's supply exhausted. 

Two asterisks indicate all supplies exhausted. Libraries desig- 
nated as "Depository Libraries" receive printed or microform 
copies of all Government publications for inter-library loan and 
reference service. 

Three asterisks indicate Government Printing Office supply ex- 
hausted; single copy available from committee supply. 



With a request for printed copies of documents, please enclose 
self-addressed label. 



REPORTS 

Action for the Aged and Aging, Report No. 128, March 1961.** 
Action for the Aged and Aging, summary and recommendations of 

Report No. 128, 1961.** 
Developments in Aging, 1959-63, Report No. 8, February 1963.** 
Developments in Aging, 1963-64, Report No. 124, March 1965.** 
Developments in Aging, 1965, Report No. 1073, March 15, 1966.** 
Developments in Aging, 1966, Report No. 169, April 1967.*** 
Developments in Aging, 1967, Report No. 1098, April 1968.** 
Developments in Aging, 1968, Report No. 91-119, April 1969.** 
Developments in Aging, 1969, Report No. 91-875, February 1970.** 
Developments in Aging, 1970, Report No. 92-46, March 1971.** 
Developments in Aging: 1971 and January-March 1972, Report No. 

92-784, April 1972.** 
Developments in Aging: 1972 and January-March 1973, Report No. 

93-147, May 1973.** 
Developments in Aging: 1973 and January-March 1974, Report No. 

93-846, May 1974.** 
Developments in Aging: 1974 and Januarv-April 1975, Report No. 

94-250, June 1975 (Cat. No. 94/1: S. Rept. 250)— $3.60.* 
Developments in Aging: 1975 and January-May 1976 — Part 1; 

Report No. 94-998, June 1976 (Cat. No. 94/2: S. Rept. 998/Pt. 1)— 

$2.95.* 



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Developments in Aging: 1975 and Janiiarv-Mav 1976 — Part 2, 

Report No. 94-998, June 1976 (Cat. No. 94/2: S. Kept. 998/Pt. 2)— 

$2.55.* 
Developments in Aging: 1976 — Part 1, Report No. 95-88, March 1977 

(Cat. No. 95/1: S. Rept, 88/Pt. 1)— $3.25. 
Developments in Aging: 1976 — Part 2, Report No. 95-88, March 1977 

(Cat. No. 95/1: S. Rept. 88/Pt. 2)— $3.25. 
Developments in Aging: 1977 — Part 1, Report No. 95-771, April 

1978 (Cat. No. 95/2: S. Rept. 771/Pt, 1)— $4.25. 
Developments in Aging: 1977 — Part 2, Report No. 95-771, April 

1978 (Cat. No. 95/2: S. Rept. 771/Pt, 2)— $3.75. 
Developments in Aging: 1978 — Part 1, Report No. 96-55, March 

1979 (Cat. No. 96/1 : S. Rept. 55/Pt. 1)— $3.75. 
Developments in A^ing: 1978— Part 2, Report No. 96-55, March 

1979 (Cat. No. 96/1: S. Rept. 55/Pt, 2)— $3.75. 

Comparison of Health Insurance Proposals for Older Persons, 1961, 
committee print, April 3, 1961.** 

The 1961 White House Conference on Aging, basic policy statements 
and recommendations, committee print, May 15, 1961.** 

New Population Facts on Older Americans, 1960, staff report, com- 
mittee print, May 24, 1961.** 

Basic Facts on the Health and Economic Status of Older Americans, 
staff report, committee print, June 2, 1961.** 

Health and Economic Conditions of the American Aged, chart book, 
committee print, June 1961.** 

State Action To Implement Medical Programs for the Aged, staff 
report, committee print, June 8, 1961.** 

A Constant Purchasing Power Bond: A Proposal for Protecting 
Retirement Income, committee print, August 1961.** 

Mental Illness Among Older Americans, committee print, Septem- 
ber 8, 1961.** 

Comparison of Health Insurance Proposals for Older Persons, 1961— 
62, committee print, May 10, 1962.** 

Background Facts on the Financing of the Health Care of the Aged, 
committee print, excerpts from the report of the Division of Pro- 
gram Research, Social Security Administration, Department of 
Health, Education, and Welfare, May 24, 1962.** 

Statistics on Older People: Some Current Facts About the Nation's 
Older People, June 14, 1962.** 

Performance of the States: 18 Months of Experience With the Medical 
Assistance for the Aged (Kerr-Mills) Program, committee print 
report, June 15, 1962.** 

Housing for the Elderly, committee print report, August 31, 1962.** 

Some Current Facts About the Nation's Older People, October 2, 
1962.** 

A Compilation of Materials Relevant to the Message of the President 
of the United States on Our Nation's Senior Citizens, committee 
print, June 1963.** 

Medical Assistance for the Aged: The Kerr-Mills Program, 1960-63, 
committee print report, October 1963.** 

Blue Cross and Private Health Insurance Coverage of Older Ameri- 
cans, committee print report, July 1964.** 

Increasing Employment Opportunities for the Elderly — Recommenda- 
tions and Comment, committee print report, August 1964.** 



Services for Senior Citizens — Recommendations and Comment, Re- 
port No. 1542, September 1964.** 
Major Federal Legislative and Executive Action Affecting Senior 

Citizens, 1963-64, staff report, committee print, October 1964.** 
Frauds and Deceptions Affecting the Elderly — Investigations, Find- 
ings, and Recommendations, 1964, committee print report, January 

1965.** 
Extending Private Pension Coverage, committee print report, June 

1965.** 
Health Insurance and Related Provisions of Public Law 89-97: The 

Social Security Amendments of 1965, committee print, October 

1965.** 
Major Federal Legislative and Executive Actions Affecting Senior 

Citizens, 1965, staff report, committee print, November 1965.** 
The War on Poverty As It Affects the Elderly, Report No. 1287, June 

1966.** 
Services to the Elderly on Public Assistance, committee print report, 

March 1966.** 
Needs for Services Revealed by Operation Medicare Alert, committee 

print report, October 1966.** 
Tax Consequences of Contributions to Needy Older Relatives, Report 

No. 1721, October 13, 1966.** 
Detection and Prevention of Chronic Disease Utilizing Multiphasic 

Health Screening Techniques, committee print report, December 30, 

1966.** 
Reduction of Retirement Benefits Due to Social Security Increases, 

committee print report, August 21, 1967.** 
Economics of Aging: Toward a Full Share in Abundance, working 

paper, committee print, March 1969.** ' 
Homeownership Aspects of the Economics of Aging, working paper, 

factsheet, July 1969.** l 
Health Aspects of the Economics of Aging, working paper, committee 

print, July 1969 (revised).** 1 
Social Security for the Aged: International Perspectives, working 

paper, committee print, August 1969.** l 
Employment Aspects of the Economics of Aging, working paper, 

committee print, December 1969.** l 
Pension Aspects of the Economics of Aging: Present and Future 

Roles of Private Pensions, working paper, committee print, January 

1970.** » 
The Stake of Today's Workers in Retirement Security, working paper, 

committee print, April 1970.** l 
Legal Problems Affecting Older Americans, working paper, com- 
mittee print, August 1970.** l 
Income Tax Overpayments by the Elderly, Report No. 91-1464, 

December 1970.** 
Older Americans and Transportation: A Crisis in Mobility, Report 

No. 91-1520, December 1970.** 
Economics of Aging: Toward a Full Share in Abundance, Report 

No. 91-1548, December 31, 1970.** 
Medicare, Medicaid Cutbacks in California, working paper, factsheet, 

May 10, 1971.** l 



1 Working paper Incorporated as an appendix to the hearing. 



Mental Health Care and the Elderly: Shortcomings in Public Policy, 
Report No. 92-433, November 1971.** 

The Multiple Hazards of Age and Race : The Situation of Aged Blacks 
in the United States, Report No. 92-450, November 1971.** 

The Nation's Stake in the Employment of Middle-Aged and Older 
Persons, working paper, committee print, July 1971.** 

The Administration on Aging — Or a Successor? committee print 
report, October 1971.** 

Alternatives to Nursing Home Care: A Proposal, committee print, 
October 1971.** 

Advisory Council on the Elderly American Indian, working paper, 
committee print, November 1971.** 

Elderly Cubans in Exile, working paper, committee print, November 
1971.** 

A Pre-White House Conference on Aging: Summary of Developments 
and Data, Report No. 92-505, November 1971.** 

Research and Training in Gerontology, working paper, committee 
print, November 1971 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:G31)— 90£* 

Making Services for the Elderly Work: Some Lessons From the 
British Experience, committee print report, November 1971.** 

1971 White House Conference on Aging, a report to the delegates 
from the conference sections and special concerns sessions, Decem- 
ber 1971.** 

Home Health Services in the United States, committee print report, 
April 1972 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:H34/ll)— $1.30.* 

Proposals to Eliminate Legal Barriers Affecting Elderly Mexican- 
Americans, working paper, committee print, May 1972 (Cat. No. 
Y4.Ag4:M57/2)— 25£.* 

Cancelled Careers: The Impact of Reduction-in-Force Policies on 
Middle-Aged Federal Employees, committee print report, Mav 
1972 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:Cl8/2)— 55?L* 

Action on Aging Legislation in 92d Congress, committee print, 
October 1972.** 

Legislative History of the Older Americans Comprehensive Services 
Amendments of 1972, joint committee print, prepared by the 
Subcommittee on Aging of the Committee on Labor and Public 
Welfare and the Special Committee on Aging, December 1972.** 

The Rise and Threatened Fall of Service Programs for the Elderly, 
report by the Subcommittee in Federal, State, and Community 
Services, Report No. 93-94, March 28, 1973.** 

Housing for the Elderlv: A Status Report, working paper, committee 
print, April 1973 (Cat, No. Y4.Ag4:H81/4)— 35^.* 

Older Americans Comprehensive Services Amendments of 1973, com- 
mittee print, June 1973 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:SE6/8)— $2.45.* 

Home Health Services in the United States: A Working Paper on 

Current Status, committee print, July 1973.** 
Economics of Aging: Toward a Full Share in Abundance, index to 
hearings and reports, committee print, July 1973.*** 

Research on Aging Act, 1973, Report No. 93-299, committee print, 

July 1973 (Cat, No. Y4.Ag4:R31/6)— 35^. 
Post-White House Conference on Aging Reports, 1973 (joint com- 
mittee print, prepared by the Subcommittee on Aging of the Com- 
mittee on Labor and Public Walfare and the Special Committee on 
Aging, September 1973.** 



Improving the Age Discrimination Law, working paper, committee 

print, September 1973.*** 
The Proposed Fiscal 1975 Budget: What It Means for Older Ameri- 
cans, committee print, February 1974 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:B85) — 
35£.* 
Protecting Older Americans Against Overpa3^ment of Income Taxes : 
A Checklist of Itemized Deductions, committee print, February 
1974.** 
Developments and Trends in State Programs and Services for the 
Elderly, committee print report, November 1974 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4: 
ST1)— $1.30.* 
Private Health Insurance Supplementary to Medicare, working paper, 
committee print, December 1974 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:H34/15)— 500.* 
Nursing Home Care in the United States: Failure in Public Policy, 
reports by the Subcommittee on Long-Term Care : 

Introductory Report, Report No. 93-1420, November 1974 (Cat. 

No. 93/2, S. Rept. 1420)— $1.75.* 
Supporting Paper No. 1, "The Litany of Nursing Home Abuses 
and an Examination of the Roots of Controversy," committee 
print report, December 1974 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:N93/5/No. 
1)— $1.20.* 
Supporting Paper No. 2, "Drugs in Nursing Homes: Misuse, 
High Costs, and Kickbacks," committee print report, January 
1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:N93/5/No. 2)— $1.20.* 
Supporting Paper No. 3, "Doctors in Nursing Homes: The 
Shunned Responsibility," committee print report, February 

1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:N93/5/No. 3)— 95£.* 

Supporting Paper No. 4, "Nurses in Nursing Homes: The Heavy 
Burden (the Reliance on Untrained and Unlicensed Person- 
nel)," committee print report, March 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4: 
N93/5/No. 4)— $1.50.* 

Supporting Paper No. 5, "The Continuing Chronicle of Nursing 
Home Fires," committee print report, August 1975 (Cat. No. 

^ Y4.Ag4:N93/5/No. 5)— $2.10.* 

Supporting Paper No. 6, "What Can Be Done in Nursing Homes: 
Positive Aspects in Long-Term Care," committee print report, 
September 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:N93/5/No. 6)— $1.70.* 

Supporting Paper No. 7, "The Role of Nursing Homes in Caring 
for Discharged Mental Patients (and the Birth of a For-Profit 
Boarding Home Industry)," committee print report, March 

1976 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:N93/5/No. 7)— $1.60.* 

Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes, 
committee print, January 1975.** 

Future Directions in Social Security: An Interim Report, committee 
print, February 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:SOl/3)— 50£. 

Senior Opportunities and Services (Directory of Programs), commit- 
tee print, February 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:OP5)— $4.65.* 

Action on Aging Legislation in 93d Congress, committee print, 
February 1975.*** 

The Proposed Fiscal 1976 Budget: What It Means for Older Ameri- 
cans, committee print, February 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:B85/ 
976) — 30^.* 

Women and Social Security: Adapting to a New Era, working paper, 
committee print, October 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:W84)— $1.10. 



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Congregate Housing for Older Adults, Report No. 94-478, November 

1975 (Cat. No. 94/1, S. Kept. 478)— 80e\ 

Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes, 
committee print, January 1976.** 

The Proposed Fiscal 1977 Budget: What It Means for Older Ameri- 
cans, committee print (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:B85/977)— 35^. 

Fraud and Abuse Among Clinical Laboratories, Report No. 94-944, 
June 15, 1976 (Cat. No. 94/2, S. Rept. 944)— $1.35. 

Recession's Continuing Victim : The Older Worker, committee print, 
July 1976 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:R24/2)— 45^. 

Adult Day Facilities for Treatment, Health Care, and Related 
Services, committee print, September 1976 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:T71) — 
$1.40.* 

Termination of Social Security Coverage: The Impact on State and 
Local Government Employees, committee print, September 1976 
(Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:SOl/4)— 75^. 

Fraud and Abuse Among Practitioners Participating in the Med- 
icaid Program, committee print, August 1976 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4: 
M46/6)— $2.65.* 

Witness Index and Research Reference, committee print, November 

1976 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:W78/959-75)— $2.40. 

Action on Aging Legislation in 94th Congress, committee print, 

November 1976 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:Ag4/6)— 40e\ 
Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes, 

committee print, December 1976.** 
The Proposed Fiscal 1978 Budget: What It Means for Older Americans, 

committee print, March 1977 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:B85/978)— 35^. 
Protective Services for the Elderly, committee print, July 1977 

(Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:Se6/10)— $2.20. 
Kickbacks Among Medicaid Providers, Report No. 95-320, June 1977 

(Cat. No. 95/1 :S. Rept. 320)— $1.30. 
The Next Steps in Combating Age Discrimination in Employment: 

With Special Reference to Mandatory Retirement Policy, com- 
mittee print, August 1977 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:R31/7)— $1.20. 
Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes, 

committee print, December 1977 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:In2/4/977) — 80jzf. 
The Proposed Fiscal 1979 Budget: What It Means for Older Americans, 

committee print, February 1978 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:B85/979)— 80^. 
Paperwork and the Older Americans Act: Problems of Implementing 

Accountability, committee print, June 1978 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4: 

P19)— $2.30. 
Single Room Occupancy: A Need for National Concern, committee 

print, June 1978 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:Si6)— $1.90. 
Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes, 

committee print, December^ 1978 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:In2/4/978)— 

90^. 
Action on Aging Legislation in the 95th Congress, committee print, 

December 1978 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:L52/3/978)— $1.10. 
The Proposed Fiscal 1980 Budget: What It Means for Older Ameri- 
cans, committee print, February 1979 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:B85/980)— 

$1.10. 

With a request for printed copies of documents, please enclose 

self-addressed label 









HEARINGS 

Retirement Income of the Aging:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., July 12-13, 1961. 

Part 2. St. Petersburg, Fla., November 6, 1961. 

Part 3. Port Charlotte, Fla., November 7, 1961. 

Part 4. Sarasota, Fla., November 8, 1961. 

Part 5. Springfield, Mass., November 29, 1961. 

Part 6. St. Joseph, Mo., December 11, 1961. 

Part 7. Hannibal, Mo., December 13, 1961. 

Part 8. Cape Girardeau, Mo., December 15, 1961. 

Part 9. Daytona Beach, Fla., February 14, 1962. 

Part 10. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., February 15, 1962. 
Problems of the Aging (Federal-State activities) :** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., August 23-24, 1961. 

Part 2. Trenton, N.J., October 23, 1961. 

Part 3. Los Angeles, Calif., October 24, 1961. 

Part 4. Las Vegas, Nev., October 25, 1961. 

Part 5. Eugene, Oreg., November 8, 1961. 

Part 6. Pocatello, Idaho, November 13, 1961. 

Part 7. Boise, Idaho, November 15, 1961. 

Part 8. Spokane, Wash., November 17, 1961. 

Part 9. Honolulu, Hawaii, November 27, 1961. 

Part 10. Lihue, Hawaii, November 29, 1961. 

Part 11. Wailuku, Hawaii, November 30, 1961. 

Part 12. Hilo, Hawaii, December 1, 1961. 

Part 13. Kansas City, Mo., December 6, 1961. 
Housing Problems of the Elderly:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., August 22-23, 1961. 

Part 2. Newark, N.J., October 16, 1961. 

Part 3. Philadelphia, Pa., October 18, 1961. 

Part 4. Scranton, Pa., November 14, 1961. 

Part 5. St. Louis, Mo., December 8, 1961. 
Nursing Homes : * * 

Part 1. Portland, Oreg., November 6, 1961. 

Part 2. Walla Walla, Wash., November 10, 1961. 

Part 3. Hartford, Conn., November 20, 1961. 

Part 4. Boston, Mass., December 1, 1961. 

Part 5. Minneapolis, Minn., December 4, 1961. 

Part 6. Springfield, Mo., December 12, 1961. 
Relocation of Elderlv People:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., October 22-23, 1962. 

Part 2. Newark, N.J., October 26, 1962. 

Part 3. Camden, N.J., October 29, 1962. 

Part 4. Portland, Oreg., December 3, 1962. 

Part 5. Los Angeles, Calif., December 5, 1962. 

Part 6. San Francisco, Calif., December 7, 1962. 

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Frauds and Qu ackery Affecting the Older Citizen:** 

Part l. Washington, D.C., January 15, 196:5. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., January 16, 1963. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., January 17, 1963. 
Long-Term Institutional ('are for the Aged (Federal programs), 

Washington, D.C., December 17-18, 1963.** 
Housing Problems of the Elderly:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., December 11, 1963. 

Part 2. Los Angeles, Calif., January 9, 1964. 

Part 3. San Francisco, Calif., January 11, 1964. 
Increasing Employment Opportunities for the Elderly:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., December 19, 1963. 

Part 2. Los Angeles, Calif., January 10, 1964. 

Part 3. San Francisco, Calif., January 13, 1964. 
Services for Senior Citizens:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., January 16, 1964. 

Part 2. Boston, Mass., January 20, 1964. 

Part 3. Providence, R.I., January 21, 1964. 

Part 4. Saginaw, Mich., March 2, 1964. 
Health Frauds and Quackery:** 

Part 1. San Francisco, Calif., January 13, 1964. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., March 9,^1964. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., March 10, 1964. 

Part 4A. Washington, D.C., April 6, 1964 (eye care). 

Part 4B. Washington, D.C., April 6, 1964 (eye care). 
Blue Cross and Other Private Health Insurance for the Elderly:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., April 27, 1964. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., April 28, 1964. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., April 29, 1964. 

Part 4A. Appendix. 

Part 4B. Appendix. 
Deceptive or Misleading Methods in Health Insurance Sales, Wash- 
ington, D.C., May 4, 1964.** 
Nursing Homes and Related Long-Term Care Services:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., May 5, 1964. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., May 6, 1964. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., May 7, 1964. 
Interstate Mail Order Land Sales:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., May 18, 1964. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., Mav 19, 1964. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., May 20, 1964. 
Preneed Burial Service, Washington, B.C., May 19, 1964.** 
Conditions and Problems in the Nation's Nursing Homes:** 

Part 1. Indianapolis, Ind., February 11, 1965. 

Part 2. Cleveland, Ohio, Februarv 15, 1965. 

Part 3. Los Angeles, Calif., Februarv 17, 1965. 

Part 4. Denver, Colo., Februarv 23, 1965. 

Part 5. New York, N.Y., August 2-3, 1965. 

Part 6. Boston, Mass., August 9, 1965. 

Part 7. Portland, Maine, August 13, 1965. 
Extending Private Pension Coverage:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., March 4, 1965. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., March 5 and 10, 1965. 



Services to the Elderly on Public Assistance:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., August 18-19, 1965. 
Part 2. Appendix. 
The War on Poverty As It Affects Older Americans:** 
Part 1. Washington, D.C., June 16-17, 1965. 
Part 2. Newark, N.J., July 10, 1965. 
Part 3. Washington, D.C., January 19-20, 1966. 
Detection and Prevention of Chronic Disease Utilizing Multiphasic 
Health Screening Techniques, Washington, D.C., September 20, 21, 
and 22, 1966.** 
Consumer Interests of the Elderly:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., January 17-18, 1967. 
Part 2. Tampa, Fla., February 2-3, 1967. 
Tax Consequences of Contributions to Needy Older Relatives, Wash- 
ington, D.C, June 15, 1966.** 
Needs for Services Revealed by Operation Medicare Alert, Washing- 
ton, D.C., June 2, 1966.** 
Costs and Delivery of Health Services to Older Americans:** 
Part 1. Washington, D.C. June 22-23, 1967. 
Part 2. New York, N.Y., October 19, 1967. 
Part 3. Los Angeles, Calif., October 16, 1968. 
Retirement and the Individual:** 

Part 1. Washington, D.C, June 7-8, 1967. 
Part 2. Ann Arbor, Mich., July 26, 1967. 
Reduction of Retirement Benefits Due to Social Security Increases, 

Washington, D.C, April 24-25, 1967.** 
Rent Supplement Assistance to the Elderly, Washington, D.C, 

July 11, 1967.** 
Long-Range Program and Research Needs in Aging and Related 

Fields, Washington, D.C, December 5-6, 1967.** 
Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids, and the Elderly, Washington, D.C, 

July 18 and 19, 1968.** 
Adequacy of Services for Older Workers, Washington, D.C, July 24, 

25, and 29, 1968.** 
Usefulness of the Model Cities Program to the Elderlv:** 
Part 1. Washington, D.C, July 23, 1968. 
Part 2. Seattle, Wash., October 14, 1968. 
Part 3. Ogden, Utah, October 24, 1968. 
Part 4. Syracuse, N.Y., December 9, 1968. 
Part 5. Atlanta, Ga., December 11, 1968. 
Part 6. Boston, Mass., July 11, 1969. 
Part 7. Washington, D.C, October 14-15, 1969. 
Availability and Usefulness of Federal Programs and Services to 
Elderly Mexican-Americans:** 

Part 1. Los Angeles, Calif., December 17, 1968. 
Part 2. El Paso, Tex., December 18, 1968. 
Part 3. San Antonio, Tex., December 19, 1968. 
Part 4. Washington, D.C, January 14-15, 1969. 
Part 5. Washington, D.C, November 20-21, 1969. 



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Economics of Aging : Toward a Full Share in Abundance : 
Part 1. Washington, D.C., April 29 and 30, 1969.** 
Part 2. Ann Arbor, Mich., consumer aspects, June 9, 1969.** 
Part 3. Washington, D.C, health aspects, July 17 and IS, 1969.** 
Part 4. Washington, D.C, homeownership aspects, July 31 and 

August 1, 1969.** 
Part 5. Paramus, N.J., central suburban area, August 14, 

1969.*** 
Part 6. Cape May, X.J., retirement community, August 15, 

1969.*** 
Part 7. Washington, D.C, international aspects, August 25, 

1969.*** 
Part 8. Washington, D.C, national organizations, October 29, 

1969.*** 
Part 9. Washington, D.C," employment aspects, December 18 

and 19, 1969.*** 
Part 10A. Washington, D.C, pension aspects, February 17, 

1970.*** 
Part 10B. Washington, D.C, pension aspects, February IS 

1970.*** 
Part 11. Washington, D.C, concluding hearing, May 4, 5, and 6, 

1970.*** 
The Federal Role in Encouraging Preretirement Counseling and New 

Work Lifetime Patterns, Washington, D.C, July 25, 1969.** 
Trends in Long-Term Care (Cat, No. Y4.Ag4:Cl8/Pts.): 
Part 1. Washington, D.C, July 30, 1969.** 
Part 2. St. Petersburg, Fla., January 9, 1970.** 
Part 3. Hartford, Conn., January 15, 1970.** 
Part 4. Washington, D.C. (Marietta, Ohio, fire), February 9, 

1970.** 
Part 5. Washington, D.C. (Marietta, Ohio, fire), February 10, 

1970.** 
Part 6. San Francisco, Calif., February 12, 1970.*** 
Part 7. Salt Lake City, Utah, February 13, 1970.*** 
Part 8. Washington, D.C, May 7, 1970.*** 
Part 9. Washington, D.C (Salmonella), August 19, 1970.*** 
Part 10. Washington, D.C. (Salmonella), December 14, 1970.*** 
Part 11. Washington, D.C, December 17, 1970.*** 
Part 12. Chicago, 111., April 2, 1971.** 
Part 13. Chicago, 111., April 3, 1971.** 
Part 14. Washington, D.C, June 15, 1971.*** 
Part 15. Chicago, 111., September 14, 1971.*** 
Part 16. Washington, D.C, September 29, 1971.*** 
Part 17. Washington, D.C, October 14, 1971.*** 
Part 18. Washington, D.C, October 28, 1971.*** 
Part 19A. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., Noyember 29, 1971.*** 
Part 19B. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., November 29, 1971.*** 
Part 20. Washington, D.C, August 10, 1972.*** 
Part 21. Washington, D.C, October 10, 1973— $1.85. 
Part 22. Washington, D.C, October 11, 1973— $1.65. 



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Trends in Long-Term Care — Continued 

Part 23. New York, N.Y., January 21, 1975— $2.05. 

Part 24. New York, N.Y., February 4, 1975— $2.40. 

Part 25. Washington, D.C., February 19, 1975— $1.70. 

Part 26. Washington, D.C., December 9, 1975— $2.10. 

Part 27. New York, N.Y., March 19, 1976— $1.20. 
Older Americans in Rural Areas: 

Part 1. Des Moines, Iowa, September 8, 1969.*** 

Part 2. Majestic-Freeburn, Ky., September 12, 1969.*** 

Part 3. Fleming:, Ky., September 12, 1969.*** 

Part 4. New Albany, Ind., September 16, 1969.*** 

Part 5. Greenwood, Miss., October 9, 1969.*** 

Part 6. Little Rock, Ark., October 10, 1969.*** 

Part 7. Emmett, Idaho, February 24, 1970.*** 

Part 8. Boise, Idaho, February 24, 1970.*** 

Part 9. Washington, D.C., May 26, 1970.*** 

Part 10. Washington, D.C., June 2, 1970.*** 

Part 11. Dogbone-Charleston, W. Va., October 27, 1970.*** 

Part 12. Wallace-Clarksburg, W. Va., October 28, 1970.*** 
Sources of Community Support for Federal Programs Serving Older 
Americans : 

Part 1. Ocean Grove, N.J., April 18, 1970.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., June 8-9, 1970.*** 
Income Tax Overpayments by the Elderly, Washington, D.C.; 

April 15, 1970.** 
Legal Problems Affecting Older Americans: 

St. Louis, Mo., August 11, 1970.*** 

Boston, Mass., April 30, 1971.*** 
Evaluation of Administration on Aging and Conduct of White House 
Conference on Aging: 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., March 25, 1971.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., March 29, 1971.*** 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., March 30, 1971.*** 

Part 4. Washington, D.C., March 31, 1971.*** 

Part 5. Washington, D.C., April 27, 1971.*** 

Part 6. Orlando, Fla., May 10, 1971.*** 

Part 7. Des Moines, Iowa, May 13, 1971.*** 

Part 8. Boise, Idaho, May 28, 1971.*** 

Part 9. Casper, Wyo., August 13, 1971.*** 

Part 10. Washington, D.C., February 3, 1972.*** 
Cutbacks in Medicare and Medicaid Coverage : 

Part 1. Los Angeles, Calif., May 10, 1971.*** 

Part 2. Woonsocket, R.I., June 14, 1971.*** 

Part 3. Providence, R.I., September 20, 1971.** 
Unemployment Among Older Workers : 

Part 1. South Bend, Ind., June 4, 1971.*** 

Part 2. Roanoke, Ala., August 10, 1971.*** 

Part 3. Miami, Fla., August 11, 1971.*** 

Part 4. Pocatello, Idaho, August 27, 1971.*** 



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Adequacy of Federal Response to Housing Needs of Older Americans 
(Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:H81/3 Pts.): 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., August 2, 1971.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., August 3, 1971.*** 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., August 4, 1971.*** 

Part 4. Washington, D.C., October 28, 1971.*** 

Part 5. Washington, D.C., October 29, 1971.*** 

Part 6. Washington, D.C., July 31, 1972.*** 

Part 7. Washington, D.C., August 1, 1972.*** 

Part 8. Washington, D.C., August 2, 1972.*** 

Part 9. Boston, Mass., October 2, 1972.*** 

Part 10. Trenton, N.J., January 17, 1974.— $1.40. 

Part 11. Atlantic City, N.J., January 18, 1974—70?!. 

Part 12. East Orange, N.J., January 19, 1974—65^. 

Part 13. Washington, D.C., October 7, 1975— $1.10. 

Part 14. Washington, D.C., October 8, 1975— $1.50. 
A Barrier-Free Environment for the Elderly and the Handicapped: 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., October 18, 1971.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., October 19, 1971.*** 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., October 20, 1971.*** 
Flammable Fabrics and Other Fire Hazards to Older Americans, 
Washington, D.C., October 12, 1971 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:F61/Pts.)— 
$1.05. 
Death With Dignity: An Inquiry Into Related Public Issues: 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., August 7, 1972.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., August 8, 1972.*** 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., August 9, 1972.*** 
Future Directions in Social Security (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:Sol/2/Pts.): 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., January 15, 1973.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., January 22, 1973.*** 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., January 23, 1973.*** 

Part 4. Washington, D.C., July 25, 1973.*** 

Part 5. Washington, D.C., July 26, 1973.*** 

Part 6. Twin Falls, Idaho, May 16, 1974 — 80^. 

Part 7. Washington, D.C., July 15, 1974— $1.55. 

Part 8. Washington, D.C., July 16, 1974— $1.55. 

Part 9. Washington, D.C., March 18, 1975—85^. 

Part 10. Washington, D.C., March 19, 1975— 70ff. 

Part 11. Washington, D.C., March 20, 1975— 70ff. 

Part 12. Washington, D.C., May 1, 1975— $1.60. 

Part 13. San Francisco, Calif., May 15, 1975— $1.25. 

Part 14. Los Angeles, Calif., May 16, 1975— $1.60. 

Part 15. Des Moines, Iowa, May 19, 1975— $1.10. 

Part 16. Newark, N.J., June 30, 1975— $1.80. 

Part 17. Toms River, N.J., September 8, 1975— $1.80. 

Part 18. Washington, D.C., October 22, 1975— 85£ 

Part 19. Washington, D.C., October 23, 1975— 75£ 

Part 20. Portland, Oreg., November 24, 1975—70^. 

Part 21. Portland, Oreg., November 25, 1975— 85^. 

Part 22. Nashville, Tenn., December 6, 1975 — 90^. 

Part 23. Boston, Mass., December 19, 1975— 90ff. 

Part 24. Providence, R.I., January 26, 1976— 95£. 

Part 25. Memphis, Term., February 16, 1976— 75£ 






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Fire Safety in Highrise Buildings for the Elderly: 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., February 27, 1973.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., February 28, 1973.*** 
Barriers to Health Care for Older Americans (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4: 
H34/14/Pts.) : 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., March 5, 1973.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., March 6, 1973.*** 

Part 3. Livermore Falls, Maine, April 23, 1973.*** 

Part 4. Springfield, 111., May 16, 1973.*** 

Part 5. Washington, D.C., July 11, 1973.*** 

Part 6. Washington, D.C., July 12, 1973—70^. 

Part 7. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, August 4, 1973.*** 

Part 8. Washington, D.C., March 12, 1974— $2. 

Part 9. Washington D.C., March 13, 1974— $1.30. 

Part 10. Price, Utah, April 20, 1974 — 75^. 

Part 11. Albuquerque, N. Mex., May 25, 1974— $1.30. 

Part 12. Santa Fe, N. Mex., May 25, 1974—95^. 

Part 13. Washington, D.C., June 25, 1974—90^. 

Part 14. Washington, D.C., June 26, 1974—80^. 

Part 15. Washington, D.C., July 9, 1974— $1.55. 

Part 16. Washington, D.C., July 17, 1974—75^. 
Training Needs in Gerontology (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:G31/2/Pts.) : 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., June 19, 1973— $1.20. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., June 21, 1973—75^. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., March 7, 1975—50^. 
Hearing Aids and the Older American: 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., September 10, 1973.*** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., September 11, 1973.*** 
Transportation and the Elderly: Problems and Progress (Cat. No. 
Y4.Ag4:T68/Pts.): 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., February 25, 1974.** 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., February 27, 1974.** 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., February 28, 1974.*** 

Part 4. Washington, D.C., April 9, 1974.*** 

Part 5. Washington, D.C., July 29, 1975— 75£ 

Part 6. Washington, D.C., July 12, 1977— $2. 
Improving Legal Representation for Older Americans (Cat. No. 
Y4.Ag4:L52/4/Pts.): 

Part 1. Los Angeles, Calif., June 14, 1974— $1.55. 

Part 2. Boston, Mass., August 30, 1976—85^. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., September 28, 1976— $1.60. 

Part 4. Washington, D.C., September 29, 1976— $2.20. 
Establishing a National Institute on Aging, Washington, D.C., 

August 1, 1974 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:N21)— 75?. 
The Impact of Rising Energy Costs on Older Americans (Cat. No. 
Y4.Ag4:En/Pts.): 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., September 24, 1974—90^. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C., September 25, 1974—75^. 

Part 3. Washington, D.C., November 7, 1975— $1.25: 

Part 4. Washington, D.C., April 5, 1977— $1.80. 

Part 5. Washington, D.C., April 7, 1977— $2.10. 

Part 6. Washington, D.C., June 28, 1977— $2.30. 



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The Older Americans Act and the Rural Elderly, Washington, D.C 

April 28, 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:R88/2)— $1.35. 
Examination of Proposed Section 202 Housing Regulations (Cat 
No. Y4.Ag4:H81/Pts.): 

Part 1. Washington, D.C, June 6, 1975— $1.45. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C, June 26, 1975— 65^ 
The Recession and the Older Worker, Chicago, 111., August 14, 1975 

(Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:R24)— $1.35. 
Medicare and Medicaid Frauds (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:M46/5/Pts.) : 

Part 1. Washington, D.C, September 26, 1975— $2.10. 

Part 2. Washington, D.C, November 13, 1975—85^ 

Part 3. Washington, D.C, December 5, 1975— $1.40. 

Part 4. Washington, D.C, February 16, 1976— $1.30. 

Part 5. Washington, D.C, August 30, 1976— $2.10. 

Part 6. Washington, D.C, August 31, 1976— $2.10. 

Part 7. Washington, D.C, November 17, 1976— $1.70. 

Part 8. Washington, D.C, March 8, 1977— $2.40. 

Part 9. Washington, D.C, March 9, 1977— $3.25. 
Mental Health and the Elderly, Washington, D.C, September 29, 

1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:M52/3)— $2.10. 
Proprietary Home Health Care (joint hearing with the House Select 
Committee on Aging), Washington, D.C, October 28, 1975 (Cat. 
No. Y4.Ag4:2/H34/9)— $2.70. 
Proposed USD A Food Stamp Cutbacks for the Elderly, Washington, 

D.C, November 3, 1975 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:F73/2)— 95^ 
The Tragedy of Nursing Home Fires: The Need for National Com- 
mitment for Safety (joint hearing with House Select Committee 
on Aging), Washington, D.C, June 3, 1976.*** 
The Nation's Rural Elderly (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:R88/3/Pts.): 

Part 1. Winterset, Iowa, August 16, 1976— $1.90. 

Part 2. Ottumwa, Iowa, August 16, 1976— $1.70. 

Part 3. Gretna, Nebr., August 17, 1976— $1.60. 

Part 4. Ida Grove, Iowa, August 17, 1976— $1.60. 

Part 5. Sioux Falls, S. Dak., August 18, 1976— $2.10. 

Part 6. Rockford, Iowa, August 18, 1976— $1.60. 

Part 7. Denver, Colo., March 23, 1977— $3.75. 

Part 8. Flagstaff, Ariz., November 5, 1977— $1.80. 

Part 9. Tucson, Ariz., November 7, 1977— $2.10. 

Part 10. Terre Haute, Ind., November 11, 1977— $2.10. 

Part 11. Phoenix, Ariz., November 12, 1977— $1.90. 

Part 12. Roswell, N. Mex., November 18, 1977— $2.20. 

Part 13. Taos, N. Mex., November 19, 1977— $2.20. 

Part 14. Albuquerque, N. Mex., November 21, 1977— $2.75. 

Part 15. Pensacola, Fla., November 21, 1977— $2. 

Part 16. Gainesville, Fla., November 22, 1977— $2.10. 

Part 17. Champaign, 111., December 13, 1977— $2.20. 



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Medicine and Aging: An Assessment of Opportunities and Neglect, 
New York, N.Y., October 13, 1976 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:M46/7)— 
$2.10. 
Effectiveness of Food Stamps for Older Americans (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4: 
F73/3/Pts.) : 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., April 18, 1977— $1.80. 
Part 2. Washington, D.C., April 19, 1977— $1.50. 
Health Care for Older Americans: The "Alternatives" Issue (Cat No. 
Y4.Ag4:H34/17/Pts.): 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., May 16, 1977— $2.20. 
Part 2. Washington, D.C., May 17, 1977— $2.20. 
Part 3. Washington, D.C., June 15, 1977— $1.80. 
Part 4. Cleveland, Ohio, July 6, 1977— $2.40. 
Part 5. Washington, D.C., September 21, 1977— $2.75. 
Part 6. Holyoke, Mass., October 12, 1977— $2.10. 
Part 7. Tallahassee, Fla., November 23, 1977— $2.10. 
Part 8. Washington, D.C., April 17, 1978. 2 
The Graying of Nations: Implications, Washington, D.C., Novem- 
^ ber 10, 1977 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:G79)— $2.75. 
Senior Centers and the Older Americans Act, Washington, D.C., 

October 18, 1977 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:Se5/2)— $2.10. 
Tax Forms and Tax Equity for Older Americans, Washington, D.C., 

February 24, 1978 (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:Tl9/3)— $1.90. 
Medi-Gap: Private Health Insurance Supplements to Medicare 
(Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:M46/8/Pts.): 
Part 1. Washington, D.C., May 16, 1978— $3.25. 
Part 2. Washington, D.C., June 29, 1978— $2.10. 
Ketirement, Work, and Lifelong Learning (Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:R31/8/ 
Pts.): 

Part 1. Washington, D.C., July 17, 1978— $2.40. 
Part 2. Washington, D.C., July 18, 1978— $2.10. 
Part 3. Washington, D.C., July 19, 1978— $1.70. 
Part 4. Washington, D.C., September 8, 1978— $2.75. 
Medicaid Anti-Fraud Programs: The Role of State Fraud Control 
Units, Washington, D.C., July25, 1978.( Cat. No. Y4.Ag4:M46/9)— 
$1.80. 
Vision Impairment Among Older Americans, Washington, D.C., 

August 3, 1978.*** 
The Federal-State Effort in Long-Term Care for Older Americans: 
Nursing Homes and "Alternatives," Chicago, 111., August 30, 1978. 2 
Condominiums and the Older Purchaser: 

Part 1. Hallandale, Fla., November 28, 1978. 2 
Part 2. West Palm Beach, Fla., November 29, 1978. 2 
Older Americans in the Nation's Neighborhoods: 
Part 1. Washington, D.C., December 1, 1978. 2 
Part 2. Oakland, Calif., December 4, 1978. 2 



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OTHER DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE 

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Aging of the U.S. Senate Committee 
on Labor and Public Welfare^ available from the Special Committee on 
Aging are: 

"Amend the Older Americans Act of 1965— S. 2877 and S. 3326," 

May 24, 25, and June 15, 1966.** 
"Older Americans Act Amendments of 1967 — S. 951," June 12, 

1967.** 
"Older Americans CommunnVy Service Program — S. 276," Sep- 
tember 18 and 19, 1967.** 
"White House Conference on Aging in 1970 — S.J. Res. 117," 

March 5-6, 1968.** 
"Amending the Older Americans Act of 1965— S. 3677," July 1, 

1968.** 
"Amending the Older Americans Act of 1965— S. 268, S. 2120, 

andH.R. 11235," Public Law 91-69, June 19, 1969.*** 
"Older American Community Service Employment Act — S. 
3604"— Fall River, Mass., April 4, 1970; Washington, D.C., 
June 15-16, 1970.** 
"Extended Care Services and Facilities for the Aging," Des 
Moines, Iowa, May 18, 1970.** 
Hearing held by Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs, 
in cooperation with the Senate Special Committee on Aging, 
Part 14: "Nutrition and the Aged," Washington, D.C., Septem- 
ber 9-11, 1969.** 
Hearings held by the Subcommittee on Education of the Committee 
on Labor and Public Welfare, "Education Legislation, 1973 — 
S. 1539," July 11 and 12, 1973. Community School Center Devel- 
opment Act— S. 335.*** 

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